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Welcome to our Website!

We are delighted and thrilled to announce the launch of our newly redesigned website! After a couple of weeks planning, we wanted a new website to better collaborate with our partner churches and visitors.

We hope you like the fresh new look to the SoFlo brand website, and the improved navigation that will allow you to find the information you need more quickly and easily.

Thank you and May God bless you!

Hotel Accommodations Special Rate Ends: June 10th 2020 Code: SoFlo2020
Stadium Hotel, Miami Gardens $89/night * Hampton Inn & Suites, Miramar $109/night * Fairfield Inn & Suites, Pembroke Pines $99/night

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SoFlo games and special events are sponsored by key community partners. Participation fees alone do not cover the cost of equipment and operations. Thus, SoFlo depend on the support of our valued supporters. Want to learn more about supporting SoFlo Adventist Sports?

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Testimonials

“Thanks for all of your hard work and dedication in putting together this great Sports Day. I truly enjoyed it and look forward to next year. Our kids had a blast”

“My sons had a great time. They can’t stop talking about the event.”

“I'm thankful this program exists for our church community. You've provided a great opportunity for our children to participate in a variety of sports which has allowed more confidence and personal growth to develop. Thanks for allowing and for your kind spirit”

“Just a note to tell you how impressed I was with how organized the Sports Day and the venue is world class”." my church will definitely be more prepared next year, they really enjoyed this"

"This is a really good way to bring the Adventist young people together, well thought out, I am impressed to participate next time"

"Our church will win next year, I will start training them early, to God be the Glory this was real fun"

PARTNER DRUMCORPS

  1. Ambassador DrumCorp
  2. Coral Springs Pathfinder Club
  3. Norland DrumCorp
  4. Plantation DrumCorp
  5. The Nine

 

PARTNER COLOR GUARD

  1. SEC Color Guard Team

SoFlo Souvenir Booklets

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We would like to offer deep condolences on behalf of the SoFlo Adventist Sports Committee, to Mr. Manning’s wife, Monica Manning of 50 years and family. You are very much in our thoughts and prayers, and we are confident that the loving arms of God would provide comfort during this time of pain and grief.

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We are sorry to learn of the passing of your mother 'May Gilchrist'. Our deepest condolences to Melrose Samuels and the entire family. Our prayers and thoughts are with you all. May God keep you strong and united through this tough time.

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Guess who turns 60 this month????
“When I arrived at 30 everybody thought I was old,” she said back in 2010. “I can’t imagine what they’re thinking now. When I got to 40, I was like: ‘OK. I want to see what I can do at 40’. Nobody tried to make a huge theme. Then I got to 45, and here I am at 50 wanting to see how fast I can run. So this is what motivates me. When I get to 60 I want to see what I can run also.”
Reflecting on the highs and lows of her remarkable career, she said: “Any regrets? Well, I can say I regret not winning the gold medal. It is sad that I didn’t win it but I’ve achieved a lot in sports. It’s only a pity that I don’t have a gold medal to go with my collection.”

Merlene became the only track and field athlete, male or female, to compete in sevenOlympic Games! Six of them representing Jamaica 🇯🇲
Via- Olympic.org

She is the current national record holder for the 200 meters with 21.64s set in 1991 when she was 31 years old. This is why it’s important to chase your goals no matter what, because the legacy will be important for those who will come after you. To know that you are stronger than you think and the only thing that limits you is YOU. Hail to a true Queen! Thank you Merlene 🙏👍🙏🎉👍🙏🎉#MadeForMore #OutDoYou #ForTheLoveOfTheSport
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